The Project is focused to the model of intervention which shall enable to asylum-seekers, refugees and their families and persons seeking international protection based on the Geneva Convention or who are users of subsidiary protection to become active members of economic and social life of the receiving country.
The target group: asylum-seekers and refugees arriving to Europe in the context of the existing migration crisis, and the members of their family. Particular focus is on women refugees and asylum-seekers.
The Project stands on three main pillars:
To achieve this, a mentorship practice system will be established between five European territories, which enables the project partners to exchange information, adaptation and transfer of the most interested practice related to fast integration and inclusion of women refugees into labour market.
The action will consist of five pilot projects to be undertaken in Milan, Berlin, Vienna, and Stockholm and Serbia (in the municipalities with refugees and asylum-seekers), which will include 50 to 70 beneficiaries, and result in the establishment of partnerships and development of the model of service provision that may be implemented in every of the cities adjusted depending on the context. Pilot activities will have direct impact on about 350 refugees (half of whom are women), 150 employees/counsellors/experts who have already been members of employment and social services, at least 60 organizations, and minimum 10 countries involved in transnational activities.
Project specific objectives:
Activities carried out by the MoLEVSA: